VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: City of Melbourne to Participate in Trash Bash Litter Cleanup Day April 9

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On April 9, from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. the City of Melbourne will participate in Trash Bash, the annual county-wide litter cleanup day. Trash Bash continues a tradition that has been sponsored nationally by Keep America Beautiful for over a half-century as the Great American Cleanup, encouraging efforts to clean roadways, waterways, and parks. (City of Melbourne image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – On April 9, from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. the City of Melbourne will participate in Trash Bash, the annual county-wide litter cleanup day. Trash Bash continues a tradition that has been sponsored nationally by Keep America Beautiful for over a half-century as the Great American Cleanup, encouraging efforts to clean roadways, waterways, and parks.

You Can Help!

The City of Melbourne is actively seeking Trash Bash volunteers. With nine clean-up sites around the city this year, there is sure to be one near you. Make new friends, and help keep our town beautiful.

What You Get

Every volunteer will be provided FREE breakfast (donated by Publix and other local vendors), water, snacks, sunscreen, gloves, bags and safety gear.

The first 200 people to contact the City of Melbourne will receive a free T-shirt!

How to Register

If you, your family, church group, or organization would like to participate, please email adoptaroad@mlbfl.org to preregister with the number of volunteers and site location of choice.

The City of Melbourne is actively seeking Trash Bash volunteers. With nine clean-up sites around the city this year, there is sure to be one near you. Make new friends, and help keep our town beautiful! (City of Melbourne image)

Trash Bash Locations

This year there are nine clean-up sites in the City of Melbourne. View a map of clean-up sites.

Ascension Catholic School

Carver Community Park

Manatee Park (kayakers welcome — bring your own kayak)

Joseph N. Davis Community Center

Eddie Lee Taylor, Sr. Community Center (formerly Lipscomb Community Center)

Palm Bay High School

Paradise Beach

Southwest Park

Sherwood Park Pool

For more information, email megan.selva@mlbfl.org or call 321-608-5080.

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